The Inkshed Newsletter connects people teaching writing and reading in Canada, and provides a medium for them to explore intersections among theory and practice. It was published in paper form starting in 1982, and then mounted on the Inkshed website as a series of PDF files. Now groups of articles will appear on this combined newsletter and blog site, allowing for easier posting and collaborative editing.
Each article invites immediate comments, using the Reply box on the same page, and new articles and ideas are always welcome as contributions to further newsletter issues.
Issues & Articles
- May 2015 Newsletter
- January 2015 Newsletter
- June 2014 Newsletter
- Learning from Librarians: What Writing Studies Can Learn from Literature on Information Literacy
- What Inkshed 30 Talked About
- Technology Coming Through the WLU Writing Centre
- Bespoke Writing Instruction: Tailoring Student Workshops to Fit
- An Open Letter: Why There are Three Conferences
- Minutes of CASLL AGM, 29 May 2014
- January 2014 Newsletter
- September 2013 Newsletter
- April 2013 Newsletter
- August 2012 Newsletter
- Minutes of CASLL AGM, May 30, 2012
- Beyond the Zone of Proximal Development: A Review of "Sociocultural Theory in Second Language Education: An Introduction through Narratives"
- World Writing Programs: Big Picture, Two Canadian Snapshots
- From Uproar to Firm Footing: Successes and Satisfactions Mark Margaret Procter’s U of T Career
- April 2012 Newsletter
- January 2012 Newsletter